The Daily Line: Uber will pay $6.4 million, while Lyft will pay approximately $4 million, the mayor’s office announced.
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Seven weeks after the city pledged to address the issue, drivers are still on the hook — and now Chicago’s ticketing practices are becoming an issue in the mayor’s race.
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